Study Abroad

Summer 2024 Ireland Study Abroad

SUMMER 2024 APPLICATION PORTAL IS NOW LIVE. APPLY NOW!

Application Due Date: MARCH 1, 2024

Accessible through the Center for International Education’s website.

Upcoming Ireland Study Abroad Information Sessions:

IN-PERSON
Friday, Feburary 16 and Monday, February 19
9:30 am – 10:15 am
Holton Hall G80 (NW corner of Holton-Merrill-Johnston trio, basement)
ONLINE
– Monday, February 26, 2024
– By appointment until March 1
Email Tessa Culleton, culleton@uwm.edu

RSVP for Study Abroad Session

Please contact Tessa Culleton at culleton@uwm.edu for information on program content as well as scholarship and grant opportunities.


 

All UWM students are encouraged to participate in a study-abroad program. Enrollment in the Celtic Studies Certificate Program is not a prerequisite. Credits earned via study abroad through a UWM sponsored program count as residence credits toward the certificate.

Studying abroad can be a life-changing experience for anyone, but particularly for students of language and culture. It is about much more than just visiting another country. The experience provides personal, educational, professional, and social enrichment beyond what can be taught in a classroom. While earning credits towards their degree, students simultaneously are building their resumé, seeing new perspectives, building their language skills, gaining self-confidence, and practicing flexibility as they adapt to a new environment.

Former president of Ireland, Mary McAleese with John Gleeson and CCS students in Oideas Gael, Donegal July 2019

The Center for Celtic Studies, in conjunction with UWM’s Center for International Education, offers students a variety of overseas experiences related to Celtic language and culture, from short study tours to full-semester programs. Current programs include:

  • The Colmcille Semester in Ireland
  • The Oideas Gael Gaelic Immersion program in Donegal, Ireland

On an occasional basis, the Center has offered and may offer again:

  • Programs in Wales, Germany, Scotland, and Galicia
  • Winterim Programs

Summer 2019 Study Abroad


Summer In Ireland July 7-28, 2018

Discover Irish Language and Culture with options in folklore, archaeology, whistle, bodhran, fiddle, art and pottery. Make life-long friends in a welcoming Donegal costal community noted for its lively music traditions and surrounded by ancient Dolmens, Court Cairns and the highest sea cliffs in Europe.

The affordable way to spend three or more glorious weeks in Ireland and earn six UWM credits.

Please contact Tessa Culleton at culleton@uwm.edu for information on program content as well as scholarship and grant opportunities.